I had a logo created for my site. The source files for my logo appear to be freehand 9 files (extension is FH9).
I need the logo superimposed (resulting in a GIf file) onto my logo background image (graduated blue blackground on [[url removed, login to view]]). The background colors need to remain exactly the same.
The person I originally had do the job didn't use the exact same colors for the background (they used 256 vs millions it looks like).
That's it, just take the FH9 output and put it onto my logo background (GIF). Same size.
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